LA Knight made a significant impression after his debut at NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day on February 14th, 2021. His main roster call up wasn’t received as well at first, but things are much better now as he is very over with fans. Now it appears some want him to pull a ridiculous antic to prove how over he is.

The former NXT talent has become a major deal thanks to his terrific promo game and he has given fans many reasons to believe just how talented he truly is.

LA Knight has singlehandedly managed to get over despite the fact he was dealt with subpar storylines throughout his run on the main roster so far. His perseverance in Vince McMahon’s company has won him the adulation of many.

While speaking on the Jim Cornette Drive-Thru, the wrestling veteran talked about LA Knight roasting Hit Row on SmackDown. He then called for LA Knight to break wind into the microphone to prove how over he is.


I think he should come out, bend over and fart into the microphone and let the people give him a standing ovation just to prove he can do it. No, I’m serious. If he just came out and said, ‘Let me talk to you. I want to prove a point,’ and bend over and fart into the microphone, I guarantee you the place will blow. He would fart into the microphone and the people would blow and give him a standing ovation and he would point three times ‘LA Knight, Yeah!’ and he’d leave.”

LA Knight will be participating in the SummerSlam Battle Royal this week. We will have to wait and see how WWE will book him after the Premium Live Event ends, as fans want nothing but the best for him.

What’s your view on what Jim Cornette said? Do you agree with him? Let us know in the comments!

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